Tyndale Conference: Linguistics and the Greek Verb!

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Jonathan Robie
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Tyndale Conference: Linguistics and the Greek Verb!

Post by Jonathan Robie » March 10th, 2015, 2:37 pm

This conference on Linguistics and the Greek Verb looks very promising.

10-11 July, in Cambridge.
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Re: Tyndale Conference: Linguistics and the Greek Verb!

Post by Eeli Kaikkonen » March 11th, 2015, 3:23 am

Proceedings! Proceedings! Proceedings! Please!

EDIT: I was too quick - a quote: " 

If you want to attend but are unable, don’t worry! There will be an edited volume coming out of the conference that will publish the proceedings (plus a couple of extra papers!)." I hope it will be relatively cheap.
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Re: Tyndale Conference: Linguistics and the Greek Verb!

Post by Stirling Bartholomew » March 11th, 2015, 6:21 pm

Eeli Kaikkonen wrote:Proceedings! Proceedings! Proceedings! Please!

EDIT: I was too quick - a quote: " 

If you want to attend but are unable, don’t worry! There will be an edited volume coming out of the conference that will publish the proceedings (plus a couple of extra papers!)." I hope it will be relatively cheap.
Perhaps having a live webcast or even a humble you-tube posting is against the tradition of scholarly gatherings. We get everything else that way. The vast majority of people who might take an interest in this will not be able to "be there."
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Re: Tyndale Conference: Linguistics and the Greek Verb!

Post by Stephen Carlson » March 11th, 2015, 8:04 pm

In my experience, papers are usually best read than heard. The main additional benefit of a conference is the post-session interaction with the participants and attendees.
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